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AT&T Announces 3 New Motorola Android Devices

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

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AT&T announced three new Android phones today from Motorola. The Flipside, Flipout, and Bravo will be available soon on AT&T’s network. Two of the three conform to Motorola’s “Flip” naming standard for AT&T, and one branches out a bit.

Motorola Flipside

Motorola Flipside
The Motorola Flipside is geared to help blend your work and personal life. It features Android 2.1, Motoblur, a slide-out QWERTY keypad, 3.1″ HVGA display, pinch to zoom, and a track pad. It features full push corporate e-mail, supports for Microsoft Exchange, and offers a remote wipe and password enforcement tools. It will be available for $99.99 with a 2-year service agreement and smartphone data plan in time for the holidays. You can view the preview page at att.com/flipside.

Motorola Flipout

Motorola Flipout
The Motorola Flipout is designed to offer a lot of style for a small price. It features Android 2.1 and Motoblur. It can be customized with the Dark Sapphire and Saffron battery covers which are included in the box. It will be available for $79.99 with a 2-year service agreement and smartphone data plan October 17. See the preview page at att.com/flipout.

Motorola Bravo

Motorola Bravo
The Motorola Bravo features Android 2.1, Motoblur, an 800 MHz processor 3.7″ WVGA touch screen, 3MP camera with digital zoom and auto focus. It is a certified DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) device, which enables streaming content to other DNLA devices in your home. It will be available for $129.99 with 2-year agreement and smartphone data plan in time for the holidays. See the preview page at att.com/bravo.

There isn’t a lot of additional information yet, so be sure to check back here for updates. It looks like Motorola is still pretty intent on releasing bargain-bin phones on AT&T. It would be nice to see a Droid make its way to AT&T. It doesn’t look likely anytime soon though.

These phones will bring the AT&T Android offering up to 8 devices. AT&T will finally have a decent spectrum of high to low-end Android phones, making it easier for its customers to switch to Android. This is definitely an improvement. AT&T has a long way to go, however. Let’s hope it is finally on the right track.